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To The East - Electrelane - No Shouts No Calls (CD, Album)

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  1. May 08,  · Check out No Shouts, No Calls by Electrelane on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on luwilsiewoodsderlent.tikateshilfcorcockhathouposttagerri.co5/5(17).
  2. Label Description: Following "Rock It to the Moon" (), "Power Out" (), and "Axes" (), there seems to be a new kind of light shining on Electrelane that remains strong throughout this record, but the willingness to push the envelope hasn't left the band either. "No Shouts No Calls" is an album of enticingly irregular brilliance.5/5(20).
  3. Apr 30,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of No Shouts No Calls on Discogs/5(42).
  4. Apr 30,  · No Shouts, No Calls Electrelane Alternative · Preview Editors’ Notes Brighton, UK’s Electrelane has created a fourth album that paints a romantic portrait more in line with the promise of their earlier work, in particular, album number two, ’s The To the East. 2.
  5. Nov 16,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Electrelane - No Shouts No Calls at Discogs. Complete your Electrelane collection/5().
  6. Beginning with their breakthrough second effort, The Power Out, it feels like Electrelane has had a specific focus for each album. The Power Out itself added vocals to their sound, Axes concentrated on experiments in tension and release, and No Shouts No Calls delivers a set of urgent, romantic epics. This may not be their most dramatic album -- the women of Electrelane don't get around to 8/
  7. Electrelane's most effortless, enjoyable release to date. Taking cues from the best of 90s DIY indie rock (you remember, the time when every man and their dog was ripping off Sonic Youth) and then giving it the percussion-section of Neu! the band manage to come up with a sound that is well and truly their own. Okay so they still sound a little like Stereolab at times (thanks in part to Verity.
  8. "No Shouts No Calls" is an album of enticingly irregular brilliance. "Electrelane effortlessly assimilate a wide cut of moods and influences - the off kilter harmony of the Velvet Underground, the droning insistence of Krautrock heroes Can, the bratty brashness of feminist popsters Le Tigre - into a heartfelt batch of art-pop that never sounds 5/5(13).
  9. Beginning with their breakthrough second effort, The Power Out, it feels like Electrelane has had a specific focus for each album. The Power Out itself added vocals to their sound, Axes concentrated on experiments in tension and release, and No Shouts No Calls delivers a set of urgent, romantic epics. This may not be their most dramatic album -- the women of Electrelane don't get around to Price: $

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